[PROXYPER] proxies down or what?
wkitty42 at alltel.net
Tue Mar 12 09:31:34 EST 2002
thanks, tom! i guess that is what i've been seeing... my only option to
change the ip was to actually put in a IP number instead of a domain and
then CTRL-C to force an ini reload and thus a connect attempt to that
site... for whatever reason, the first two or three i tried didn't "go
anywhere" within a minute or two and thus i changed ips again and again
until i got connected and updating within that minute or so...
Tom Laermans wrote:
> At 09:59 12/03/2002, you wrote:
> > > it hasn't been choosing another... if it had been, i wouldn't have had
> > > 4000+ keys waiting in the out queue...
> >You could post your complete .ini file to let us look.
> >Besides this, have you or the sysadmin installed any firewall rules
> >relating to port 2064 ?
> It is my experience that when dealing with round-robin, once a program (at
> least dnetc & proxyper & internet explorer) has received an IP address from
> the dns server it will keep on using that same ip for as long that it is
> running, even when dealing with roundrobin addresses.
> Ofcourse, this is required for websites, since session id's don't work when
> continuously switching webservers...
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